Added by on 2015-07-30

BBC Gardener of The Decade, Katherine Crouch, shows how to plant and grow a vegetable garden in a small space. Katherine uses a grow bag and wooden poles to allow the vegetable plants and seeds to grow upwards to maximise what fruit and vegetables you can grow in a small space. The varieties of climbing vegetables used in this video include Runner beans and Haricot beans. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=silverlinetools1 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SilverlineTools FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SilverlineTools1 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical Gardening In An Urban Environment – Growing Vegetables In Small SpacesGrow food in small spaces with a vertical herb gardenThe best grow tower for small spacesPlanting Vegetables – How to Plant a Small Vegetable GardenIndoor Aeroponics Preview for small spacesGrow a Vertical Vegetable Garden in a Small Space with Hog Wire Fencing

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20 Comments

  • peacerebelgirl 2 years ago

    encouraging! an after video with the vegi's grown would've been a nice addition.?

  • You Can Only Spend It Once 2 years ago

    I used some weed barrier fabric and sewed my own planter bags for this season, but haven't planted anything in them yet. Maybe a good project for today. :)?

  • Orange Lee 2 years ago
  • Teresa Berry 2 years ago

    Make a fruit garden video like this?

  • Azar Aftimos 2 years ago

    Check out this video on YouTube:?

  • nery colon 1 2 years ago

    Really nice. Loved and Subbed?

  • Sam Murray (AllBunsGlazing L11) 2 years ago

    And when those plants actually grow? It'll be like a Vietnamese traffic jam in there.?

  • Sylvan Atup 2 years ago

    Thank you very much for your kindness and effort in sharing your gardening video. Daghang kaajung salamat!?

  • Elizabeth Sulzby 2 years ago

    Also, it seems that all UK and Canadian videos on garden talk about "compost" and do not distinguish between all compost, as Katherine claims, which would lead to weaker plants–and a composted mixture, which would be more advantageous. This video has been bugging me ever since I saw it a couple of weeks ago.?

  • Elizabeth Sulzby 2 years ago

    Katherine, do you answer people's questions and comments? Why would you plant 4 varieties of beans instead of more variety in your vegetables. I get lots of lettuces/salad stuff, lots of herbs, and lots of beans from your video. Don't understand that choice.?

  • Libra Sad 2 years ago

    At end I thought she is going to plant some apple trees in between. ?

  • Libra Sad 2 years ago

    This is way too crowded, I won't recommend it at all. It looks pretty now but results will be very poor in such sort of method that she used. Veggies need space to grow. ?

  • Linda Penney 2 years ago

    Awesome idea thank for sharing?

  • LearningDaily 2 years ago

    nice demonstration! Thanks?

  • tala12 2 years ago

    why waste money when you can plant them on the ground?

  • Phil Earick 2 years ago

    when you make your salads, wh type dressing do you use ?
    I'm diabetic & can't have dressings don't like the others.
    Any suggestions ????

  • Kwyeuht Storm 2 years ago
  • Angelika Bertrand 2 years ago

    As An avid gardner . This garden space is tiny and she is lutting too many pla ts into it! After all they need room to grow and expand ?

  • Annette Langley-Tayler 2 years ago

    This is a great system and thanks for sharing! I would like to share this one with you 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PBUIl6z5xw I use it for strawberries but I've also used it for salads and it works really well xx?

  • Thongdee Bonner 2 years ago